JOHN INMAN (deceased), was born in Ohio in 1830, and was reared in Indiana. At the age of twenty-one, he located in Iowa, where he carried on farming actively till the war, when he enlisted in 1862, in Company A, Thirty-third Iowa Volunteer Infantry, and did active service till the end of the war; during this time, he contracted small-pox, which left him an invalid. He died January 2, 1872, and is buried in the cemetery of this township, having moved here three years previously. His wife and three sons survive him--Louisa Jane Inman nee Chambers, was born in Ohio, and reared in Indiana; was married to the deceased in 1866. The sons are--Philander Franklin, William Henry and George Washington. The farm contains 160 acres of land, well fenced and stocked, good buildings, and a nice orchard.
William G. Cutler's History of the State of Kansas
CRAWFORD COUNTY, Part 15